New Requirements for USDA Vendors: Reporting of Nutrition, Allergen, and Ingredient Information for USDA Foods in Schools
This webinar is intended for vendors that supply USDA Foods.
Congress passed President Biden’s American Rescue Plan – a historic legislative package that will turn the page on this pandemic, deliver direct relief to Americans, and jumpstart our economy.
When school lets out for break, millions of kids and teens are at risk of going hungry because they no longer have access to free or reduced-price school meals. USDA's summer meals help ensure that these students have access to free summer meals so that they can continue to learn and grow outside of school.
Pastor Joseito Velasquez from the Healing Waters Family Center shares their successes in being part of the Summer Food Service Program.
Niki Gribi from Food for People, an organization in Eureka, California, talks about how they formed an innovative partnership with the United Parcel Service and their local transit authority to deliver summer meals from a central kitchen to their remote summer feeding sites.
USDA's summer meal programs work to make sure that doesn't happen. USDA has enlisted the help of community-based organizations to serve summer meals so that children can get the nourishing food they need to learn, play, and grow year round.
USDA's summer meal programs work to make sure that doesn't happen. However, getting the meals to the kids and teens during summer can be difficult. During the summer, transportation may not be available to bring kids to the meals. So why not bring the meals to where the students live and play?
This webinar shows CACFP operators how to use the Nutrition Facts label to identify items that may be served as part of reimbursable meals and snacks.
These interactive webinars for the Child and Adult Care Food Program focus on tactics and techniques trainers can use to empower program operators with the knowledge and skills needed to provide high-quality meals and snacks.
CACFP Trainers’ Circle: Training Program Operators to Use Grains Ounce Equivalents